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8 Days featuring: Glasgow, Edinburgh, Inverness, Oban, Scottish Highlands, St. Andrews

Included Features

• Round trip air transportation
• English speaking tour director throughout
• Accommodations in First Class and select hotels in twin bedded rooms with private bath
• Breakfast and dinner daily
• All transfers and sightseeing per itinerary by private, deluxe motor coach
• Entrance fees for included features
• Taxes, tips and service charges for all included features except tour escort and driver and the items excluded below
• Baggage handling included throughout the tour for one suitcase per person, irrespective of air carrier allowance

Not included:
• Items not specifically mentioned in itinerary
• Items of a personal nature such as passport fees
• Tips to tour escort and driver
• Beverages with dinner
• Additional baggage other than one piece allowed as mentioned in the itinerary
Airport departure taxes, fees and September 11th Security surcharges
• Travel insurance, Visas, etc.

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DAY 1 / DEPART
Tonight you will depart for your overnight flight to Glasgow, Scotland.

DAY 2 / GLASGOW
You will be met upon arrival at Glasgow airport by your tour manager and taken to your hotel. The remainder of the day is at leisure to get acquainted with the city that has been designated the "European City of Culture," a celebration of its striking architecture, heritage and culture.

DAY 3 / GLASGOW / OBAN
This morning, you will have a sightseeing tour of Scotland's largest city which retains one of the world's great concentrations of Victorian architecture. Glasgow houses the world famous Burell collection, an eclectic variety of art. You will also visit the Glasgow Cathedral and the Kelvin Grove Art Gallery. This afternoon, you will head to the charming seaport of Oban, on the Firth of Lorn. This city is not only a popular tourist destination, but it is also the gateway to the islands of the Inner Hebrides.

DAY 4 / IONA / OBAN
A ferry takes you to the Island of Iona. This remote and windswept Isle is where St. Columba established his monastic settlement in 536AD, and is one of the most venerated places in Scotland. A visit to the St. Columba Abbey will be a highlight of the day before returning to Oban.

DAY 5 / OBAN / INVERNESS
This morning, head to Inverness via Fort William and the Great Glen, with a visit to Urquhart Castle. You will pass Loch Ness, the 754-foot deep loch renown the world over as the home of the mysterious and elusive Nessie. Continue to Inverness, which is the traditional capital of the Scottish Highlands. The historical area boasts buildings dating to the 16th century, Cawdor Castle, Culloden Battlefield, and the city where Macbeth murdered King Duncan in the 11th century.

DAY 6 / INVERNESS/ EDINBURGH
This morning, travel through the Scottish Highlands to Edinburgh, the majestic capital of Scotland. On the way, visit Blair Castle, and view Pitlochry and St. St. Andrews. You will arrive in Edinburgh in the afternoon where you'll have time to get acquainted with this ancient fortress citadel.

DAY 7 / EDINBURGH
The fascinating city of Edinburgh is set on a series of volcanic hills. Each giving a different vantage point from which to view this beautiful city. You will tour its main sights this morning as you travel "The Royal Mile," including Edinburgh Castle (the medieval fortress), John Knox's house. St. Giles Cathedral and the Palace Holyrood. All of these are associated with Mary Queen of Scots. Continue along Princess Street, a main shopping thoroughfare, to the Sir Walter Scott Memorial. This afternoon is at leisure to enjoy this city at your own pace. This evening, you will enjoy a special Scottish Folkloric dinner with entertainment.

DAY 8 / RETURN
Bid farewell to Scotland today, as you depart for home, bringing with you many fond memories of your travels.

WELCOME HOME!

 

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Special Notes:

1. All prices are per person double occupancy and are based upon rates in effect as of July 8, 2003 and are subject to change without notice.
2. Changes in the tour may by made without notice as necessitated by operational considerations.
3. The right is reserved to cancel any departure for lack of sufficient participation.
4. No refunds will be made on any unused portion of your tour.
5. All prices are based on a minimum of 30 passengers traveling together.
6. Deviations from the group itinerary will be assessed an administrative service charge in addition to any specific cost incurred by such deviation.
7. Please contact Garlin Travel for details about the $199 Tour Protection Plan.

Scotland: Departure Dates

2004 2005
May 8, 29 May 7, 28
June 12, 26 June 11, 25
July 10, 31 July 9, 30
Aug 7, 14 Aug 6, 13
Sep 11 Sep 10
Oct 9 Oct 8
Nov 6 Nov 5

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Tom Garlin
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PO Box 1005, Jenkintown, PA 19046
888-533-8747

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